BCHF News

BCHF News

Checking in with Lytton’s history keepers

On June 30, 2021 a firestorm destroyed the village of Lytton in a matter of minutes. Homes, businesses and the community’s museums...

BCHF publishes new logo

If you follow us on Facebook, YouTube, Flickr or Instagram, you will notice that we have started to swap out our branding...

Friends of the BC Archives host Jenn Ashton Oct. 17

“Siamelaht” by Mildred Valley Thornton, courtesy of the Uno Langmann Collection. Jenn Ashton, writer-in-residence at British Columbia History...

Nanaimo Museum looks at the rise and fall of Brother XII

The Nanaimo Museum is excited to welcome you back to their gallery or virtually for their popular Brother XII presentations.

Rare early BC photos turn up for sale

A cache of about 100 photos showing the Lower Mainland in the 1880s and '90s, taken by...

Historic Kimberley powerhouse restored

Sullivan Mine and Railway Historical Society Restoration has been completed on a 1924 powerhouse in Kimberley, which was...

North Vancouver library offers BC history series

The North Vancouver District Public Library is offering an online BC history series. The three remaining programs this month take place on...

Images de nos pionnières: Histoire des femmes francophones du Grand Victoria

—La Société francophone de Victoria Pioneering Francophone Women of Victoria Thanks to a grant from Heritage...

Landscapes of Injustice: a video presentation

The Vancouver Historical Society publishes videos of their historical presentations. This month, Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross of the University...

112-year-old Fernie church for sale

Google Street View Knox United Church in Fernie, built in 1909, will be sold, the result of the...